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One More Thing… A Closer Look at the November 2020 Apple Event

As a person who has used Macs since December of 1984, I found the "One more thing" event to be one of the most exciting Mac events since the original Mac introduced itself to the world on January 24, 1984. Let's take a look at the announcements made on November 10, 2020, and what they mean to Mac users.

Deeper Dive: A Detailed Look at Apple’s September 15, 2020 Event

Apple held its "Time Flies" event yesterday (September 15, 2020), which was a tightly-paced one-hour video presentation featuring new Apple Watches, new services, and new iPads. In this post, we'll take a detailed look at each of the announcements and their impact on Apple fans.

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Retro Apple: iPod – A Comprehensive Look From Then Until Now

le’s road to success is paved with many products that no longer exist. Some have simply become redundant thanks to newer products with more functionality, while others were unceremoniously dumped from the Apple product line. Today we’ll look at a wildly successful Apple product that is still being sold, but in a much different format — the iPod.

[VIDEO] Unboxing & Teardown: The 27-inch iMac 5K (2020)

The new 27-inch iMac 5K arrived today quite unceremoniously, and we took no time jumping right in, opening it up, and voiding the warranty so you don't have to. You're welcome. Here's what Apple has to say about their newest...

How to Make a Video: The Basics You Need to Start Creating

With many people across the world sheltering in place, we have come to rely on our content creators to fill in that void where we would normally be socializing with our families and friends, whether it’s full-length feature films or...

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How to Use 🔎 Quick Look in macOS (Leopard and Later)

macOS Quick Look is a wonderful feature. Introduced on June 11, 2007, along with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Quick Look can preview files such as Pages, Keynote, Numbers, Microsoft Office, PDFs, HTML, QuickTime readable media, plain text, and RTF text documents, and RAW camera images.

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Creating Holiday Videos with iMovie on a Mac

Want to share some holiday cheer? There’s nothing better than posting a holiday movie you’ve created in iMovie to Facebook or sharing it with friends and relatives in other ways. In this quick tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a holiday video with iMovie — even if you’ve never launched the app on your Mac before. In a forthcoming article, we’ll show the differences between the Mac and iOS/iPadOS versions of iMovie. Here we go!

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